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Topic # 29446 7-Jan-2009 11:56
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My HTPC build has been a bit of a frustrating journey. My Hauppauge 2200 was DOA, but of course, it took me the better part of the weekend to confirm that it was actually a hardware failure. Christmas has then intervened, and I've barely had a chance to have a go at it.

My current problem is that I can't find TVNZ channels in GB-PVR. It seems to be searching the appropriate frequencies, but not finding the channels. They are found, and work fine in MediaPortal (which generally seems good, except that it keeps crashing and the recording is a bit erratic). I'm also wondering about shelling out for DVB Viewer. Any advice gladly received!

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  Reply # 188006 7-Jan-2009 13:43
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There was a patch for gbpvr where it wouldn't pick up the first transponder in a scan....  Have a look on the http://forums.gbpvr.com site for it..

Found it: link





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Gigabyte AMD A8 Brix --> Samsung LA46A650D via HDMI, NextPVR,
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  Reply # 188302 8-Jan-2009 22:30
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Brilliant. Thanks!

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